07:00 Mon Mar 10 2014
New Zealand's official cash rate looks set for a hike this week in the most signalled move in monetary policy history.
04:01 Mon Mar 10 2014
As a hearing into a plan to mine iron ore from the Taranaki seabed is set to start, the Greens are calling for a moratorium on such mining.
00:36 Mon Mar 10 2014
Unilever says it has bought a majority stake in Chinese firm Qinyuan, a high-tech company that makes water purifiers and drinking water equipment.
19:25 Sun Mar 9 2014
Bitcoin exchange MtGox has admitted it lost half a billion dollars in the digital currency with a report saying it came under massive hacker attacks.
19:00 Sun Mar 9 2014
Wealthy bidders have paid record prices at a legal ivory auction in France with two tusks weighing 120kg selling for 125,000 euros.
15:17 Sun Mar 9 2014
China's inflation rate has dropped to 2.0 per cent year-on-year in February, down from 2.5 per cent in January.
08:00 Sun Mar 9 2014
Mystery still surrounds the inventor of the digital currency Bitcoin despite claims that the creator is a model train enthusiast from suburan LA.
18:05 Sat Mar 8 2014
The Lunar New Year holidays are being blamed for an an unexpected trade deficit of $US22.98 billion in China in February.
15:00 Sat Mar 8 2014
Ngai Tahu is buying cutting rights to forests on land it already owns on the West Coast, some of which may be suitable for dairying.
11:12 Sat Mar 8 2014
Aircraft maker Boeing says cracks have been found in the wings of some of its 787 Dreamliners.
09:30 Sat Mar 8 2014
Samsung is launching a music service, offering 200 ad-free radio stations to US customers with Galaxy devices.
08:58 Sat Mar 8 2014
Venezuela is being warned by Panama that its decision to cut ties between the countries is not an excuse not to pay off its debt.
05:55 Sat Mar 8 2014
Construction work is set to begin on an expansion of Facebook's data centre in Sweden.
03:05 Sat Mar 8 2014
The United States imported $US231.6 billion in goods and services in January, an increase of $US1.3 billion from the previous month.
01:22 Sat Mar 8 2014
Four international banks have been cleared of fraud charges, after an Italian court overturned a previous decision.
19:52 Fri Mar 7 2014
A weaker yen and a rally on Wall Street has led the Japanese sharemarket to be 0.92 per cent higher at the close.
19:25 Fri Mar 7 2014
Legal action has been launched by investors in the company which has declared China's first-ever default on a domestic corporate bond.
18:18 Fri Mar 7 2014
Economic optimism is cited for a week-long New Zealand sharemarket rally, with the benchmark index closing at record highs each day.
18:15 Fri Mar 7 2014
Newsweek may say he's the man behind Bitcoin but the LA resident known as Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto says he didn't create the virtual currency.
18:11 Fri Mar 7 2014
A class action against the major banks in New Zealand has gained an extension to sign up more people in the case against Kiwibank.